Adviser of Uzbek PM visits Northern and Eastern Syria

The Department of Foreign Relations in the Autonomous Administration received the advisor to the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, Mahraluddin Khaira Dainov on Thursday where the two sides discussed files related to the situation of Northern and Eastern Syria and the region, and the repercussions of the Turkish attacks.

The advisor to the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan and the former Uzbek consul in Russia, Mahraluddin Khaira Dainov, visited the Department of Foreign Relations in the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Easter Syria, and was received by the co-chair of the department, Abdul Karim Omar, vice co-chair Fener Kaid, and members of the administrative board, Sana Dahm and Hannar Bijo.

The two sides exchanged views on the current situation in Syria in general, and the Autonomous Administration regions in particular, during the meeting that was held at the Department of Foreign Relations in the city of Qamishlo, and stressed the need to solve the Syrian crisis in accordance with international decisions.

In the course of the meeting, Abdul Karim Omar talked about the humanitarian and relief situation in the regions of northern and eastern Syria, following the siege imposed on them, the closure of the Tel Koçer / Al-Yarubiyah crossing with a Russian and Chinese veto, and the implications of the repercussions of a short law on the economic and living situation.

The two sides stressed the need for the international community to assume its responsibilities, to deliver humanitarian aid to the regions of northern and eastern Syria directly, and to provide medical supplies to confront the Corona pandemic, which is spreading widely in the region.

During the meeting, the two sides also touched on the ongoing attacks and threats of the Turkish occupation state against the people of northern and eastern Syria, and its committing serious violations in the occupied areas, including killings, kidnappings, theft and destruction.

The two sides discussed the tragic conditions of the displaced and forcibly displaced people in the camps of Northern and Eastern Syria, following the recent Turkish aggression, and the file of ISIS mercenaries' families in Al-Hol and Roj camps.

The two sides stressed the need to develop relations between them.

The Uzbek delegation is scheduled to visit some Autonomous Administration institutions in Northern and Eastern Syria.

J.O

ANHA


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